At Sneinton C of E Primary School, we want to equip children with the skills they need to access the amazing opportunities afforded by 21st-century digital life. We focus on three main strands in our teaching of computing: e-safety, coding and computer skills. Throughout their school life, children are taught how to use the internet safely for learning, and how to access brilliant learning resources. We facilitate this across the whole curriculum, and children will use technology to research, explore the world, present work, record ideas and aid them in lesson time. Coding is taught from the early years, and children are encouraged to explore this both on and off the devices. We have a class set of iPads at school which all classes have access to in lesson time. We use a variety of apps to support learning across the curriculum, for example Class Dojo to communicate with parents and celebrate children’s behaviour, as well as Showbie which helps us to see exactly where children need help with their learning, and even continue it at home. Children are also taught the potential dangers of online life, and a clear message is driven throughout school that children must be aware of these in order to stay safe online. We are excited about our pupils’ future, and strive to enable them to access the digital world safely and by taking advantage of its many benefits.